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#New EP by KARNAGE CA$HMAN @denniswalton64 “Britelitez- Gritty City”

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Dennis Walton who was born in the mid 70’s as a native of New Jersey. Who by the late 80’s or early 90’s had discovered hip-hop. Influenced by “Kool G Rap,Big Daddy Kane,and RedMan” he began writng his own rhymes. He knew early on that he had a special gift When he would draw crowds when rapping  whether it was the lunchroom,school stage,mall bus stops,or random parties throughout New Jersey.After finishing high school Dennis found himself working long days and nights, But he never lost his passion for pushing his music career . So in the late 90’s to early 2000’s he took part in a few  groups that didn’t pan out. Leading him into a solo career and forming the label Practice Makes Perfection Music Group(P.M.P.MG) and creating the name Karnage a.k.a. C.a.$.h.Man. Karnage who has always been hard working, was always taught to have more than one Hustle by his mother and uncle. Who told him aint nobody going to give you nothing you have to go out and get it.You gotta count and stack heavy! C.a.$.h.Man kept that moto and, with his original style of  rap with a sarcastic edge, his flow is refreshing with is ability to stay lyrical and creative with mind-blowing punchlines and quality Production. Karnage aka C.A.$.H.Man is sure to be successful.Karnage as an artist is a member of the O.D.B tribute group Dirty Clanzmen,He is also a G.H.E.T.T.O GOVERNMENT NJ Chapter member recruited by GGO NJ Chptr General Sneak Vandel after a succesfull collaboration on the Museum of HipHop pt.1.


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Hell Razah @razah_rubiez #GGO EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW w @tragedykhadafi


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QTP: Peace Fam! Wingz Up!  When did you start rhyming? How did your career start?

TRAG: I started rhyming around the age of 9. I would repeat the most popular songs of the time and ad my own words to it .until I eventually started writing my own songs which probably began a year or so later. My career began the minute I started making demos at the age of 13 I pressed and sold my first record. It’s been legacy laying ever since .I was inducted into the juice crew around 14 yrs. old and came up under the tutelage of Marley marl ,Eric b and Rakim ( I used to sit in the corner of Marley’s living room/studio and watch Eric b and Rakim record ) big daddy kane ,mc shan ,kool g rap and dj polo ,biz and cut master kool v as well as t.j swan craig g and of course roxanne shante and  mr.magic (r.i.p) i eventually embarked on my own journey as a solo artist carrying all the jewels i learned from thos great icons

QTP: How and when did you first meet Razah?

TRAG: honestly i can’ recall the first time i met raza is was as if he was always around in some form or fashion .but i do remember when we first cliqued up and startet working on songs after coming together for the bmm project .we would always build on life and science and we automatically connected on a mental and hood level .we have alot in common in terms of our characters we both have an intelligent hood type balance

QTP: Since you’ve known him so long, what’s it like as a peer and a friend to see what he’s gone through over the last few years and become one of the greatest comeback’s in progress taking Ghetto Govt to a global movement?

TRAG: I never told Razah this but he has been a real inspiration for me and has taught me alot of things just by watching him fight for his life .my old dad used to always tell me ‘you never had a fight until …u’ve fought for your life’ whenever i feel down, overwhelmed or frustrated Razah pops up in my mind .and i think about how he fought for his life physically as well as mentally .but more importantly he fought and won .i know its been a process for him and i feel blessed just to know someone with so much fight and strength inside of them. He fought to retain his own mind ….aside from other aspects of his life .imagine that .that shit is amazing and is a testament to his power. I have a lot of admiration for the brother .i was away doin a bid when i got the news and heard how he was gradually coming back to himself and his struggle helped me get through my own. It’s funny we look around for heroes and claim their are no more inspirations in music especially hiphop  any more but maybe we’re just not looking close enuff , cuz Razah should be and inspiration not just to hip-hop but  to life and the human spirit /energy ever time I turn on the computer and look in my phone he has something goin on and i just laugh and say ..damn this dude don’t stop….then i get a pen and pad and go in….

QTP: What projects have you been working on music & other wise?

TRAG: lately i have been working on my mixtape album and a book i’m writting .and pretty much just stayin sucker free….raising my seeds

QTP: Anything in particular fans should be on the look-out for over the next upcoming year?

TRAG: yes definitely my album and book

QTP: You and many of your associates are the very people that are directly responsible for breathing the life force in to the music that we all know and love as real hip-hop. Any thoughts on the current state of hip-hop and where it’s going?

TRAG: i was one of ‘those types’ who advocated the whole ‘hiphop is dead ‘thing until i took a deeper look at it.then i started to realize hiphop isn’t dead at all its just being refined .i  feel alot of got  closed minded and have grown and matured in life ….we had seeds ,became more responsible and less impulsive with our lives so now we listen to hiphop and we want to be what we were when we were wildin’ and livin a certain life style .we wanna bring the 90’s back instead of allowing our selves and hiphop to grow we want the hiphop of the past  which is impossible .everything has to evolve .it was a time where we secretly held contempt for the south because t\’they were’nt real hiphop’ but the south beleive it or not kept shyt alive for a while while the east was killin it (in a bad way) every one on this side was sounding the same you couldn’t tell a southside queens nigga from an L.A.or south nigga .there was no authenticity on our side of life and every one was a killer ala 50 cent .in the past you could tell a Brooklyn dude from a Bronx dude and a philly dude from a dc dude but its like the music made every one mesh into some clone shyt .there was no authenticity and that hurt us on alot of waves of course it’s not what it used to be .but few things are .there are artist our now that represent hiphop in a major way …like joey badass and pro era ,logic ,krit ,jcole dizzy write, fuck that even mackel more in a sense .and their all doing it with templates from the earlier g’s who helped lay the foundation in fact their in a greater position cause the started off on “free land’ we grew up on major label plantations .and by the time we gained the courage to be ‘free’ it was usually after our prime .now don’t get me wrong there is str8 trash being pushed out there just likes its always been .but we are partly responsible for that cuase we were supposed to maintain the kingdom now we got online mags defining who ‘our’ greatest artist are what type of shyt is that .when we got dudes like large pro, pete ,ghost ,and my self still breathing .we need our own social forums cuase too many ‘aura snatchers’ are once again defining our relaity .like how can the greatest rapper /mc be a man kisser who doesn’t even write his own material

QTP: Do you have any advice for new artists coming into the game?

TRAG: yes .define your own success.if you from the hood like me and had a short life expectancy and  went thru hell with gasoline draws on  and your still alive and creating your own lane   YOUR A  FUCKING SUCCES  if your pops aint jay z or l.a reid and you navigated your way through life and made it into the industry YOUR A FUCKING SUCCESS .and if you went hard at a bullshyt job paying bills and funding your own projects then YOUR ALREADY A FUCKIN SUCCESS.i know we look for that acceptance and recognition but thats all an illusion that will never last anyway ….no one knows your struggles better than you and you should already know you’re a fuckin star…..when you know that every thing else will fall into place and the universe will open up for u

QTP: How can folks get in contact with you and where can they get your music?

TRAG: they can hit me on the face book tragedy khadafi my website will be back up soon but then can also email me at

QTP: Anything else you want to add?

TRAG: yes .thanks for letting me build on these things …peace

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Birth name Percy Chapman IV
Also known as MC Jade
Percy Chapman
MC Percy
Percy Tragedy
Intelligent Hoodlum
The Foul Mahdi
Born August 13, 1971 (age 42)
Origin Queensbridge, QueensNew YorkUSA
Genres Hip hop
Years active 1985–present
Labels Tuff Break/A&M/PolyGram
Gee Street/V2/BMG Records
25 To Life Entertainment
Money Maker Entertainment
Dolo Records (distributor, 1997)
Solid Records
DistroLord Digital (distributor)
Associated acts Juice CrewMarley MarlKilla ShaCapone-N-NoreagaHavoc, Littles, Imam ThugCormega, Headrush Napoleon, Black Market MilitiaMobb DeepJedi Mind Tricks, Trez, Vinnie Paz, Blak Madeen, N.O.R.E., Ras Ceylon

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Hell Razah (now @heavenrazah) announced today that his first solo album in 3 years will drop soon after the next Ghetto Govt Mixtape “United Hoods of America, Vol 3 Ghetto Govt Officials” drops July 4, 2013.  Although Razah has not confirmed a date of release… he has confirmed it will be before the 1st Ghetto Govt @ghettogovt album drops 1st Quarter 2014.

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Drops July 4th!

Also expect to see Razah appear in Freestlye 101 the movie that drops this Summer along side of RZA and other hip-hop heavy weights like Mobb Deep, Cypress Hill, Ice-T, The Game, & more.






ROYALTo Our Ghetto Govt Family from 1st Lady Queentheprophet:


From the bottom of my heart, it blesses me everyday to be in cypher with so many nobel individuals. Thank you for standing beside King Razah on this Journey.

Enjoy the ride on Razah’s Ark because the flood has arrived.




NEW MUSIC “R.I.P” @prodigymobbdeep @alchemist ft @therealhavoc @raekwon




“R.I.P” Prodigy, Alchemist, Havoc, & Raekwon



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Chron Smith, better known by his stage name Hell Razah (born October 1, 1976), is an American rapper. He is best known as a member of Sunz of Man, an early affiliate of the Wu-Tang Clan.
Razah is rumored to have suffered a brain aneurysm in April 2010. He was quick to recover and continue recording. He came to adopt the moniker Heaven Razah.


Star of the New Esquire Network’s first documentary film, Freestyle 101: The Movie¸ alongside NY battle MC Iron Solomon and LA art-rapper Open Mike Eagle. The film is a 90-min look at art and struggle in hip hop, using freestyling as an analogy of living life on the edge. It also stars Ice-T, RZA, The Game, Fat Joe, Del, Mobb Deep, MOP, Cypress Hill, Sean Kingston, Prodigal Sunn, RA the Rugged Man, and many more. Freestyle 101: The Movie will hit film festivals, the web, VOD, and elsewhere this summer.


Also known as Heaven Razah, Razah Rubiez, El Raziel
Born (1976-10-01) October 1, 1976 (age 36)
Origin Red, New York
Genres: Underground Hip-Hop
Years active 1994–present
Labels: Baby Grande Records Nature Sounds
Hell Razah Music Inc.
Legion of D.O.O.M.
Wu Music Group Associated Acts Sunz of Man, Black Market Militia, T.H.U.G. Angels, Maccabeez, Blue Sky Black



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#Letter2HipHop #OPERATIONREVOLUTION via @wordpressdotcom The written salute to the founders of true hip-hop.

7th Trumpet 26 Project #OPERATIONREVOLUTION LOOKING 4 26 emcees via @wordpressdotcom “I am the Robin Hood of hip-hop” –QTP



They tried to smother you in skinny jeans. We wore baggy clothes because we needed to dance every time we heard you. They’ve been singing songs to your beats with lyrics they didn’t write in battles they never won, because the hired help had no idea what you ever stood for. They started cutting your 16s into 12s… maybe because since they weren’t telling a story, then ran out of things to say.

They forgot you were created to transcend barriers of ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and the “social norms”. You represented folks coming from NOTHING and turning into something. You brought hope that dreams came true. You told stories. You did what they said was impossible.

They have attempted to brain wash an entire generation making music about things most people will never have. Hired help spits songs about things they don’t own, lifestyles they never lived until they were hired. The people were no longer allowed to CHOOSE their role models, they were bought. The stories of struggle & victory were replaced by skinny jean molly amped bottle poppin BS. We have an entire generation now of DISRESPECTFUL youth that sag skinny jeans and believe that hip-hop is about sex and poppin bottles in the club. They will even be as so bold to disrespect the FOUNDERS of hip-hop on social media simply because they have never heard real hip-hop. They have disrespected one of the most important roles in music… the DJ. Our youth is destroying SELF because they now believe the only “arrived” they need to get to, is enough money to wear expensive jeans and buy $80bottles of liquor for $400 in the VIP section. When they can’t obtain these things…. They destroy themselves trying to get them. They don’t know that the impossible is possible because what is on the radio is not telling them that. They have no idea that the world is not just made for rich folks.

Something began to happen in 2012…. Many people missed it because didn’t and still don’t yet comprehend the importance of social media…. even if you get it today… You won’t catch those of us who already locked that up last year 🙂 You see, there was a time of local shows and selling mix tapes out of the back of your car. Now that we are in an electronic generation, we don’t have to sell anything out of the back of our car. We can email our music to every corner of the earth that wants it & has internet access.
The people are once again using their voices … they are choosing their champs AS IT SHOULD BE, AS IT ALWAYS WAS.
There was a meteor shower called #LIFEONMARS…. then when the clock struck 12 on 12/31/12 the #HipHopApocalypse began… on 1/14/13 one month from the day #CONNECTICUT became a household name the 7th Trumpet sounded… Symbol? 7th Trumpet is the symbol of KINGDOM reign time… #OPERATIONREVOLUTION is in full effect across the globe.

7th Trumpet “26Project” Watch on Utube :–pGEKMCZ6c

7th Trumpet on Soundcloud:

Support on iTunes: Grand Giovanni – 7th Trumpet (feat. QueenTheProphet) – Single – #iTunes


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#OPERATIONREVOLUTION is not just about #BATTLEGROWNDENT, it represents UPROAR in the #indie community. We are by the thousands turning our backs on your industry and everything you stand for. We are coming together, supporting each other. We don’t have to be millionaires to accomplish this. We are though, supporting each other so EVERYBODY EATS. They said it was just Twitter…. It wasn’t real life. Those are real people behind those accounts able to buy, sell, & trade music, services, and support via the internet.

All we’re doing is telling the TRUTH. We believe there is enough for everybody… If 100k people buy 10 singles (yup $10) from 10 #Indie Artists, you the people just changed the lives of 10 people who have friends & family JUST LIKE YOU instead of just one…
We didn’t come for contracts, you can keep your 80/20 & 70/30. We don’t want ANYTHING we haven’t earned. If you came from the underground and EARNED yours? We #SALUTE you. To the frauds? GETCHOBARZ UP because there has been an earthquake in the underground across the globe,  most of us hail from “the most violent cities in the US” and we’re screaming #OPERATIONREVOLUTION

If you know nothing about these folks, LEARN ABOUT IT…. Because there’s too many of us to number….

#SsNation @Thrilla_Ssn #CHICAGO
#GNATION @G_Nationcrown #HUSTON
#KUSHFACEGANG @callmekushface @detpromoking313 #PHILLY #DETROIT
#TTO @FLA_Phantom @IceCold_ @medley_ceo #ATLANTA #VA
#TeamFollowOrDie @ihannibalaka730 #BOSTON

Well behaved women seldom make history…. and people crazy enough to believe that they can change the world? OFTEN DO.

What can I say? I’m just a little girl who grew up WU.

My name is QueentheProphet, your friendly #HipHopApocalypse Robin Hood of Hip-Hop and I approve this message.


Welcome to the revolution.
@queentheprophet , CT
@iambrandonheat , NJ
@_grandgiovanni, CT
@physcorock211, TX
@kingnattyboog, CT
@kinggeorge427, CT
@donovinheights, CT
@pyromaniac7491, CT
@Specithawolf, CT
@ctcokekev, CT

These aren’t all, but these are some of the greatest men & women that have ever been heard. If you are unable to recall music from at least 7 of those pictured below… please go back to your studio. Fire the DJ, slap the producer for allowing such nonsense,  burn your masters, go apologize to eveyone who’s ears you made bleed with your garbage music and you are now only allowed to sing in the shower,  because you have NEVER really heard hip-hop. (We still love you, don’t do it again please.)





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